B.A. Economics (Sanctioned Strength : 50)

Complementary
a) Political Science
 
b) Historical Roots of the Modern World
 
Semester I
English I
Communication Skills in English
English II
Reading Literature
Second Language I
Hindi: Prose and One Act Play
Malayalam I
Katha, Novel
Core 1
Methodology of Social Sciences with Special Reference to Economics
Complementary I
Historical Roots of Modern World
Semester II
English III
Critical Thinking Academic writing and Presentation Skills
English IV
Musings on Vital Issues
Second Language II
Hindi II - Translation, Communication skills and Applied Grammar
Malayalam II
Kavitha
Core 2
Development and Environmental Economics
Complementary II
Transition to the Contemporary World
Semester III
English V
Reflections on Indian Polity, Secularism and Sustainable Environment
Second Language
Hindi III: Poetry and Fiction Malayalam III: Arangum Porulum
Core 3
Principles of Micro Economics
Core 4
Modern Banking
Complementary III
Introduction to Political Science
Semester IV
English IV
Evolution of Philosophy of Science - Literary Perspective
Second Language
Hindi IV: Culture and Civilisation of India
 
Malayalam IV: Gadhyam, Rachanaparichayam
Core 5
Micro Economic Analysis
Core 6
Public Economics
Complementary IV
Government Machinery and Process
Semester V
Core 7
Quantitative Techniques for Economic Analysis
Core 8
Principles of Macro Economics
Core 9
Indian Economy
Core 10
Economics of Financial Markets
Open Course
Choices available
Semester VI
Core 11
Quantitative Economics
Core 12
Macro Economic Analysis
Core 13
Development Issues of the Indian Economy
Core 14
International Economics
Choice Based Course
Entrepreneurship and Small Business Economics Project
 

B.Sc. Mathematics (Sanctioned Strength : 40)

Complementary
a) Statistics
 
b) Physics
 
Semester I
English I
Communication Skills in English
English II
Reading Literature
Second Language I
Hindi I: Prose and One Act Play
Malayalam I
Katha, Novel
Mathematics (Core)
Foundations of Mathematics
Statistics (Complementary)
Basic Statistics
Physics(Complementary)
Properties of Matter, Mechanics & Fourier Analysis and Practicals
Semester II
English III
Critical Thinking Academic writing and Presentation Skills
English IV
Musings on Vital Issues
Second Language II
Translation, Communication skills and Applied Grammar
Malayalam II
Kavitha
Mathematics (Core)
Analytic Geometry, Trigonometry and Matrices
Statistics(Complementary)
Theory of Random Variables
Physics(Complementary)
Electric and Magnetic Phenomena,Thermodynamics and Special Theory of Relativity and Practicals
Semester III
English V
Reflections on Indian Polity, Secularism and Sustainable Environment
Second Language
Hindi III: Poetry and Fiction
Malayalam III: Arangum Porulum
Mathematics (Core)
Calculus
Statistics (Complementary)
Modern Banking
Physics (Complimentary)
Quantum mechanics, Spectroscopy, Nuclear physics and practicals
Semester IV
English IV
Evolution of Philosophy of Science - Literary Perspective
Mathematics (Core)
Calculus
Statistics(Complementary)
Vector Calculus, Theory of Equations and Numerical Methods
Physics(Complimentary)
Optics, Statistical physics, Astro Physics and Practicals
Semester V
Mathematics (Core)
Mathematical Analysis
Mathematics (Core)
Differential Calculus
Mathematics (Core)
Abstract Algebra
Mathematics (Core)
Fuzzy Mathematics
Open Course
Choices available
Semester VI
Mathematics (Core)
Real Analysis
Mathematics (Core)
Complex Analysis
Mathematics (Core)
Discrete Mathematics
Mathematics (Core)
Linear Algebra and Matric space
Mathematics (Core)
Operations Research, Project

B.Sc. Physics

Complementary
a) Mathematics
 
b) Chemistry
 
Semester I
English I
Communication Skills in English
English II
Reading Literature
Second Language
Hindi I: Prose and One Act Play
Malayalam I:Katha, Novel
Physics I (Core)
Methodology in Physics and Practical
Mathematics I
 
(Complementary)
Differential Calculus and Trigonometry
Chemistry I
 
(Complementary)
Basic Theoretical and Analytical Chemistry (Theory)
Semester II
English III
Critical Thinking Academic writing and Presentation Skills
English IV
Musings on Vital Issues
Second Language
Hindi II : Translation, Communication Skills and Applied Grammar
Malayalam II : Kavitha
Physics II (Core)
Mechanics and Properties of Matter and Practical
Mathematics II
 
(Complementary)
Integral Calculus and Matrices
Chemistry II
 
(Complementary)
Basic Organic Chemistry and Practical
Semester III
English V
Reflections on Indian Polity, Secularism and Sustainable Environment
Second Language
Hindi III: Poetry and Fiction
Malayalam III: Arangum Porulum
Physics III (Core)
Electronics and Practical
Mathematics III
 
(Complementary)
Vector Calculus, Fourier Series Analytic Geometry
Chemistry III
 
(Complementary)
Advanced Physical Chemistry I
Semester IV
English IV
Evolution of Philosophy of Science - Literary Perspective
Second Language
Hindi IV: Culture and Civilisation of India
Malayalam IV: Gadhyam, Rachanaparichayam
Physics IV (Core)
Electricity and Electrodynamics and Practical
Mathematics IV
 
(Complementary)
Differential Equations Abstract Algebra, Num. Analysis
Chemistry IV
 
(Complementary)
Advanced Physical Chemistry II and Practical
Semester V
Physics V (Core)
Classical and Quantum Mechanics and Practical
Physics VI (Core)
Physical Optics and Practical
Physics VII (Core)
Thermal and Statistical Physics and Practical
Physics VIII (Core)
Digital electronics and Practical Project
Open Course
Choices offered
Semester VI
Physics IX (Core)
Computational Physics and Practical
Physics X (Core)
Nuclear and Particle Physics and Practical
Physics XI (Core)
Condensed Matter Physics and Practical
Physics XII (Core)
Relativity and Spectroscopy and Practical
Physics XIII (Core)
Choice Based Course
 

B.Com with CA (Self Finance)

B Com with Computer Application (Self Financing)
Semester I

Course Code

Course Title

Common-1
Language-English
Common-2
Language-Second Language
CM01BAA01
Business Statistics
CM01BAA02
Modern Banking
CM01BAA03
Business Regulatory Frame work
CM01BA901
Perspectives and Methodology of Business Studies
Semester II

Course Code

Course Title

Common-3
Language-English
Common-4
Language-Second Language
CM02BAA01
Quantitative Techniques for Business Research
CM02BAA02
Principles of Insurance
CM02BAA03
Corporate Regulations & Governance
CM02BA901
Business Communication and Management Information System
Semester III

Course Code

Course Title

Common-5
Language-English
CM03BAA01
Marketing Management
CM03BAA02
Financial Accounting
CM03BAA03
E-Commerce and General Informatics
CM03BAA04
Business Management
CM03BBA02
B.Computer Applications: Paper-I Information Technology for Business*
* Information Technology for Business: Total Credit: 3. Theory: 2 and Practical: 1
Semester IV

Course Code

Course Title

Common-6
Language-English
CM04BAA01
Capital Market
CM04BAA02
Corporate Accounting
CM04BA901
Entrepreneurship Development and Project Management
CM04BAA03
Financial Services
CM04BBA02 (Optional Course Paper-II)
B. Computer Applications: Paper-II Information Technology for Office*
*Information Technology for Office: Total Credit: 3. Theory: 2 and Practical: 1
Semester V

Course Code

Course Title

CM05BAA01
Cost Accounting
CM05BAA02
Special Accounting
CM05CAA01
Advertising and Sales promotion Open Stream Open Course
CM05BBA01 (Optional Course Paper-III)
A. Finance &Taxation: Paper-III Income Tax-Law and Practice
CM05BBA02 (Optional Course Paper-III)
B. Computer Applications: Paper-III Computerised Accounting*
*Computerised Accounting: Total Credit: 3. Theory: 2 and Practical: 1
Semester VI

Course Code

Course Title

CM06BAA01
Applied Cost Accounting
CM06CAA01
Principles of Business Decisions
CM06BAA02
Practical Auditing
CM06BAA03
Accounting for Managerial Decisions
CM06BBA02 (Optional Course Paper-IV)
B. Computer Applications: Paper-IV Data Base Management System for Business*
*Data Base Management System for Business: Total Credit: 3. Theory: 2 and Practical: 1
CM06BFA01
Project and Viva
 

B.Com with CA

B Com With Computer Application ( SANCTIONED STRENGTH : 40)
Semester I

Course Code

Course Title

Common-1
Language-English
Common-2
Language-Second Language
CM01BAA01
Business Statistics
CM01BAA02
Modern Banking
CM01BAA03
Business Regulatory Frame work
CM01BA901
Perspectives and Methodology of Business Studies
Semester II

Course Code

Course Title

Common-3
Language-English
Common-4
Language-Second Language
CM02BAA01
Quantitative Techniques for Business Research
CM02BAA02
Principles of Insurance
CM02BAA03
Corporate Regulations & Governance
CM02BA901
Business Communication and Management Information System
Semester III

Course Code

Course Title

Common-5
Language-English
CM03BAA01
Marketing Management
CM03BAA02
Financial Accounting
CM03BAA03
E-Commerce and General Informatics
CM03BAA04
Business Management
CM03BBA02
B.Computer Applications: Paper-I Information Technology for Business*
* Information Technology for Business: Total Credit: 3. Theory: 2 and Practical: 1
Semester IV

Course Code

Course Title

Common-6
Language-English
CM04BAA01
Capital Market
CM04BAA02
Corporate Accounting
CM04BA901
Entrepreneurship Development and Project Management
CM04BAA03
Financial Services
CM04BBA02 (Optional Course Paper-II)
B. Computer Applications: Paper-II Information Technology for Office*
*Information Technology for Office: Total Credit: 3. Theory: 2 and Practical: 1
Semester V

Course Code

Course Title

CM05BAA01
Cost Accounting
CM05BAA02
Special Accounting
CM05CAA01
Advertising and Sales promotion Open Stream Open Course
CM05BBA01 (Optional Course Paper-III)
A. Finance &Taxation: Paper-III Income Tax-Law and Practice
CM05BBA02 (Optional Course Paper-III)
B. Computer Applications: Paper-III Computerised Accounting*
*Computerised Accounting: Total Credit: 3. Theory: 2 and Practical: 1
Semester VI

Course Code

Course Title

CM06BAA01
Applied Cost Accounting
CM06CAA01
Principles of Business Decisions
CM06BAA02
Practical Auditing
CM06BAA03
Accounting for Managerial Decisions
CM06BBA02 (Optional Course Paper-IV)
B. Computer Applications: Paper-IV Data Base Management System for Business*
*Data Base Management System for Business: Total Credit: 3. Theory: 2 and Practical: 1
CM06BFA01
Project and Viva
 

B.Com Taxation

B. COM. TAXATION  ( SANCTIONED STRENGTH : 50)
Semester I
Common-1 (i)
Language -English- Communication Skills in English
Common-1 (ii)
Second Language:
Malayalam- Katha, Kavitha
Hindi: Prose and Applied Hindi
Core - 1
Business Statistics
Core - 2
Modern Banking
Core - 3
Business Regulatory Frame work
Common Core 1
Perspectives and Methodology of Business Studies
Semester II
Common - 2 (i)
Language -English- Critical Thinking, Academic Writing,Presentation Skills
Common - 2 (ii)
Second Language:
Malayalam - Gadhyam, Rachanayum Prayogavum
Hindi: Poetry, Communicative Hindi and Translation
Core -1
Quantitative Techniques for Business Research
Core -2
Principles of Insurance
Core -3
Corporate Regulations & Governance
Common Core 2
Business Communication and Management Information System
Semester III
Common 3 (i)
Language -English- Perspectives in Literature
Core - 1
Marketing Management
Core - 2
Financial Accounting
Common Core 3
E-Commerce and General Informatics
Core - 4
Business Management
Core (Optional)
Financial Management
Semester IV
Common 4 (i)
Language -English- Reflections on Vital Issues
Core - 1
Capital Market
Core - 2
Corporate Accounting
Common Core 4
Entrepreneurship Development and Project Management
Core-3
Financial Services
Core (Optional-2)
Value Added Tax -Concepts and Practice
Semester V
Core - 1
Cost Accounting
Core - 2
Special Accounting
Core - 3
Income Tax Law and Practice
Complimentary 1
Advertising and Sales Promotion
Open Course
Choice Available
Semester VI
Core - 1
Applied Cost Accounting
Core - 2
Practical Auditing
Core - 3
Accounting for Managerial Decisions
Core - 4
Income Tax - Assessment and Procedure
Complementary
Principles of Business Decisions
Project and Viva
 
 

B A English-Model1(SF)

Semester I

Course Code

Course Title

ENCN1
Communication Skills in English External Oral Test
ENCN2
Reading Literature in English
Common-Second Language 1
ENCR1
Methodology of Humanities And Literature1
Complementary 1
(Politics, Sociology, Psychology, History)
Semester II

Course Code

Course Title

ENCN3
Critical Thinking, Academic Writing & Presentation
ENCN4
Musings on Vital Issues
Common- Second Language 2
ENCR2
Introduction to the Study of Language and Literature
Complementary 2
(Politics, Sociology, Psychology, History)
Semester III

Course Code

Course Title

ENCN5
Reflections on Indian Polity, Secularism & Sustainable Environment
Common- Second Language 3
ENCR3
Literature and Informatics
ENCR4
Reading Prose
ENCY1 (2 COMPLEMENTARY 1(ENGLISH))
OR
HYCP9 (2 COMPLEMENTARY 1(ENGLISH))
Evolution of Literary Movements: The Shapers of Destiny
OR
Pre Imperialist Britain (HISTORY)
Semester IV

Course Code

Course Title

ENCN6
Evolution of the Philosophy of Science: Literary Perspectives
Common – Second Language 4
ENCR5
Reading Poetry
ENCR6
Reading Fiction
ENCY2 (2 Complementary 2 (English) )
OR
HYCP10 (2 Complementary 2 (English) )
Evolution of Literary Movements: The Cross-currents of Change
OR
Cultural impact of British Imperialism (History)
Semester V

Course Code

Course Title

ENCR7
Reading Drama
ENCR8
Language and Linguistics
ENCR9
Literary Criticism: Theory and Practice
ENCR10
Postcolonial Literatures
Open Course
Open Course (General)
 

B A English-Model2

Complementary
a) Linguistic & Literary studies
 
b) General Education
 
B.A. English- Model 2 ( SANCTIONED STRENGTH : 24)
Semester I

Course Code

Course Title

ENCN1
COMMUNICATION SKILLS IN ENGLISH
EXTERNAL ORAL TEST
COMMON-SECOND LANGUAGE 1
ENCN2
METHODOLOGY OF HUMANITIES AND LITERATURE
COMPLEMENTARY 1
EDUCATION IN INDIA
VOCATIONAL 1
SCHOOL ORGANIZATION
Semester II

Course Code

Course Title

ENCN3
CRITICAL THINKING, ACADEMIC WRITING & PRESENTATION
COMMON- SECOND LANGUAGE 2
ENCR2
INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE
COMPLEMENTARY 2
EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY I
VOCATIONAL 2
CONVERSATIONAL ENGLISH
Semester III

Course Code

Course Title

ENCN5
REFLECTIONS ON INDIAN POLITY, SECULARISM & SUSTAINABLE ENVIRONMENT
ENCR3
LITERATURE AND INFORMATICS
ENCR4
Reading Prose
ENCY1 ( COMPLEMENTARY 1)
COMPLEMENTARY 1: EVOLUTION OF LITERARY MOVEMENTS: THE SHAPERS OF DESTINY
VOCATIONAL 3
METHODOLOGY OF TEACHING ENGLISH
Semester IV

Course Code

Course Title

ENCN6
Evolution of the Philosophy of Science: Literary Perspectives
ENCR5
Reading Poetry
ENCR6
Reading Fiction
ENCY2 (2 Complementary 2 (English) )
Evolution of Literary Movements: The Cross-currents of Change
VOCATIONAL 4
EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY
Semester V

Course Code

Course Title

ENCR7
Reading Drama
ENCR8
Language and Linguistics
ENCR9
Literary Criticism: Theory and Practice
ENCR10
Postcolonial Literatures
Open Course
Open Course (General)
Semester VI

Course Code

Course Title

ENCR 11
WOMEN’S LITERATURE
ENCR12
INDIAN WRITING
ENCR13
COMPARATIVE LITERATURE
ENCR14
AMERICAN LITERATURE
 
OPEN COURSE (FRONTIER AREAS)
 
PRACTICE TEACHING & PROJECT REPORT
 

B.Sc. Chemistry

B.Sc. Chemistry  ( SANCTIONED STRENGTH : 24)
Core
Chemistry
 
Vocational
Industrial Chemistry
 
Complementary
Mathematics
 
Semester I
Core
Methodology of Chemistry as a Discipline of Science (Theory)
Vocational
Industrial Aspects of Inorganic and Organic Chemistry(Theory)
Core Practical
Volumetric Analysis
Vocational
Practical I (No examination in I Semester)
Maths
Differential Calculus & Trignometry
English
Communicative Skills in English
Hindi
Poetry and Communicative Hindi
Malayalam
Katha, Kavitha
Semester II
Core
Theoretical and Inorganic Chemistry (Theory)
Vocational
Second Language:
Industrial Aspects of Physical Chemistry (Theory)
Core Practical
Volumetric Analysis
Vocational
Practical - I
Maths
Integral Calculus & Matrices
English
Critical Thinking, Academic Writing& Presentation
Hindi
Prose & Short Stories
Malayalam
Gadyam, Rachana
Semester III
Core
Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry (Theory)
Vocational - I
Unit Operations in Chemical Industry (Theory)
Vocational - II
Unit Process in Organic Chemicals Manufacture (Theory)
Core Practical
Qualitative Organic Analysis
Vocational
Practical-II & Practical- III (No examination in III semester)
Maths
Vector Calculus, Fourier Series& Analytical geometry
English
Reflections on Indian polity, Secularism & Sustainable Environment
Semester IV
Core
Basic Organic Chemistry (Theory)
Vocational - I
Instrumental Methods of Chemical Analysis-I (Theory)
Vocational - II
Instrumental Methods of Chemical Analysis-II(Theory)
Core Practical
Qualitative Organic Analysis
Vocational
Practical-II & Practical- III
Maths
Differential Equation, Abstract algebra, Numerical Analysis
English
Evolution of the Philosophy of Science Literary Perspectives
Semester V
Core
Chemistry of d & f block Elements (Theory)
Core
Basic Organic Chemistry-II (Theory)
Core
States of Matter (Theory)
Core
Quantum Mechanics and Spectroscopy (Theory)
Open course - Core Practical
1. Qualitative Inorganic Analysis (Practical)
2. Preparation and Basic Lab Skills (Practical)
3. Physical Chemistry (Practical)
Semester VI
Core
Applied Inorganic Chemistry (Theory)
Core
Chemistry of Natural Products and Biomolecules (Theory)
Core
Equilibrium and Kinetics (Theory)
Core
Solution Chemistry (Theory)
Core
Choice based Course(Theory)
Core Practical
1. Qualitative Inorganic Analysis (Practical)
2. Preparation and Basic Lab Skills (Practical)
3. Physical Chemistry (Practical)
4. Gravimetric Analysis (Practical)
Vocational
On the Job Training Project
 

BSc. Computer Science -(SF)

Semester I

Course Code

Course Title

BCS101
English-I (Common)
BCS102
Mathematics I ( Complementary)
BCS103
Basic Electronics and Computer Fundamentals ( Core)
BCS104
Methodology of Programming and Programming in C (Core)
BCS105
Digital Electronics (Complementary)
BCS106
Software Lab I (Core)
Semester II

Course Code

Course Title

BCS201
English-II ( Common)
BCS202
Mathematics II ( Complementary)
BCS203
Data Structures ( Core)
BCS204
Principles of Electrical Communications ( Complementary)
BCS205
Object Oriented Programming in C++ ( Core)
BCS206
Software Lab- II ( Core)
Semester III

Course Code

Course Title

BCS301
Probability and Statistics (Complementary)
BCS302
System Software ( Core)
BCS303
Database Management Systems (Core)
BCS304
Data communication (Core)
BCS305
Computer Organisation (Core)
BCS306
Software Lab-III (Oracle)
(Core)
Semester IV

Course Code

Course Title

BCS401
Visual Programming (Core)
BCS402
Microprocessor & Assembly Language Programming ( Core)
BCS403
Computer Network & Internet (Core)
BCS404
Operating System (Core)
BCS405
AssemblyLanguage Programming ( Core)
BCS406
Software LabIV (VB) (Core)
Semester V

Course Code

Course Title

BCS501
Computer Aided Optimisation Techniques (core)
BCS502
System Analysis & Design(core)
BCS503
Java Programming(core)
BCS504
Linux and PHP (core)
BCS505
Open Course (core)
BCS506
Linux programming and project in java(core)
Semester VI

Course Code

Course Title

BCS601
Parallel Processing(core)
BCS602
Computer Graphics and Multimedia(core)
BCS603
Elective (core)
BCS604
Seminar
BCS605
Project (core)
Elective:
BCS603(A)
Data Mining
BCS603(B)
Client Server Computing
BCS603(C)
Image processing
BCS603(D)
Bio-informatics
 

BBA (SF)

Semester I

Course Type

Course Title

Common
English I
Common
Historical Perspective of Management
Common
Global Business Environment
Complementary
Fundamentals of Business Mathematics
Complementary
Fundamentals Business Statistics
Core
Business Accounting
Semester II

Course Type

Course Title

Common
English II
Common
Business Ethics and the Indian Social System
Common
Indian Constitution, Secular State and Sustainable
Environment
Complementary
Mathematics for Management
Complementary
Statistics For Research  
Core
Principles of Management
Semester III

Course Type

Course Title

Common
Business Communication
Common
Entrepreneurship
Complementary
Business Laws
Complementary
Research Methodology
Core
Corporate Accounting
Semester IV

Course Type

Course Title

Common
Informatics for Management
Common
Cost Accounting
Complementary
Corporate and Industrial Law
Complementary
Managerial Economics
Core
Marketing Management
Semester V

Course Type

Course Title

Core
Management Accounting
Core
Financial Management
Core
Organisational Behaviour
Core
Human Resource Management
Open Course
Investment and Portfolio Management
Semester VI

Course Type

Course Title

Core
Production Management
Core
Industrial Relations
Core
Banking and Insurance
Core
Choice Based Course
Core
Choice Based Course
Core
Project Work
 

M A Economics

M A Economics  ( SANCTIONED STRENGTH : 15)
Specialisation
a) Personnel Management
b) Agricultural Economics
c) Management Theory and practice
Semester I
1
Micro Economics : Theory of Consumenr Behavior and Firm
2
Macro Economics Theory and Policy
3
Indian Economy : Issues and Policy
4
Economics of Development and Growth
5
Quantitative Methods for Economic Analysis
Semester II
6
Micro Economics : Market, Information and Welfare
7
Advanced Macro Economic Theory and Policy
8
Indian Economy L Issues and Policy II
9
Economics of Development and Growth - II
10
Quantitative Methods for Economic Analysis - II
Semester III
11
International Trade Theor y and Policy
12
Public Economics
13
Research Methods in Economics
14
Economics of Environment and Social Sector
15
Elective
Semester IV
16
Global Trading and Monetary System
17
Indian Public Finance
18
Elective 1
19
Elective 2
20
Elective 3
21
VIVA
 

M Sc Mathematics

M Sc Mathematics  ( SANCTIONED STRENGTH : 10)
Semester I
1
Linear Algebra
2
Basic Topology
3
Measure Theory and Integration
4
Graph Theory
5
Complex Analysis
Semester II
6
Abstract Algebra
7
Advanced Topology
8
Complex Analysis
9
Partial Differential Equations
10
Real Analysis
Semester III
11
Multivariate Calculus and Integral Transforms
12
Functional Analysis
13
Differential Geometry
14
Number Theory and Cryptography
15
Optimization Techniques
Semester IV
16
Analytic Number Theory
17
Combinatorics
18
Mathematical Economics
19
Operation Research
20
Spectral Theory
 

M Sc Physics

M Sc Physics  ( SANCTIONED STRENGTH : 12)
Semester I
1
Mathematicial Methods in Physics - I
2
Classical Mechanics
3
Electrodynamics
4
Electronics
Semester II
5
Mathematical Methods in Physics II
6
Quantum Mechanics - 1
7
Thermodynamics & Statistical Mechanics
8
Condensed Matter Physics
Semester III
9
Quantum Mechanics II
10
Computational Physics - 1
11
Integrated Electronics & Digital Signal Processing
12
Micro Electronics & Semi conducted Devices
Semester IV
13
Autoic and Molecular Physics
14
Nuclear and Particle Physics
15
Instrumentation & Communication Electronics
16
Opto Electronics
 

M Com Finance

M Com Finance  ( SANCTIONED STRENGTH : 15)
Semester I
1
Advanced Financial Accounting - 1
2
Principles of Management and Organisational Behaviour
3
Financial Management Principles
4
Research Methodology
5
Quantitative Techniques
Semester II
6
Advanced Financial Accounting - II
7
Strategic Management
8
Financial Management Strategies
9
Human Resource Management
10
Operations Research
Semester III
11
Management Accounting
12
Direct Taxes - Law and Practice
13
International Business
14
Corporate Governance
15
Business Environment
Semester IV
16
Advanced Cost Accounting
17
Direct Taxes - Assessment and Procedures
18
International Finance
19
Financial Markets and Derivatives
20
Security Analysis and Portfolio Management
 

M Sc Chemistry(SF)

M Sc Chemistry(SF)  ( SANCTIONED STRENGTH : 20)
Semester I
1
Organometallics and Nuclear Chemistry
2
Structural and Molecular Organic Chemistry
3
Quantum Chemistry and Group Theory
4
Classical and Stastical Thermodynamics
Semester II
5
Co-ordination Chemistry
6
Organic Reaction Mechanisms
7
Chemical Bonding and Computational Chemistry
8
Molecular Spectroscopy
Semester III
9
Structural Inorganic Chemistry
10
Organic Synthesis
11
Chemical Kinetics, Surfaco Chemistry and Photochemistry
12
Spectroscopic methods in Chemistry
Semester IV
13
Elective 1
14
Elective 2
15
Elective 3
 

M A English(SF)

Semester I
PC I
Chaucer & English Renaissance
PC 2
Writings of the Renaissance
PC 3
Revolution and the Enlightment
PC 4
Literary Criticism & Acasemic Writing
PC 5
Indian English Literature 32 Hand Book & Calendar 2015-16
Semester II
PC 6
Literature of the Nineteeth Century
PC 7
Modernism in Context
PC 8
Dimensions of the Postmodern
PC 9
Language and Linguistics
PC 10
Theories of Knowledge
Semester III
PC 11
American Literature
PC 12
Cultural Studies
PC 13
Gender Studies
PC 14
Modes of Fiction
PC 15
Texts and Performance
Semester IV
PC 16
Literature and the Empire
PE 01
Modern European Drama
PE 03
Shakespeare Across Cultures
PE 04
Studying Translations: Aspects and Contexts
PE 05
Modern European Fiction
PE 06
Viva-Voce and Dissertation
 

M A Malayalam

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L.L.M

M.B.A

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M.Sc Mathematics

Course Title - Master of Science (MSc) Mathematics with Applications in Computer Science (MSCMACS)

Course Duration - Minimum: 2 years; Maximum: 4 years

Faculty / School / Department / Center offering the course - School of Science (SOS)

Eligibility Criteria / Entry Requirements - Graduate with a Major, or Honours in Mathematics with at least 50% marks in aggregate. If the seats at a centre remain vacant then: Graduate with a BA/B.Sc. degree with Mathematics as one of the three main subjects with equal weightage, having atleast 50% in aggregate and 55% in aggregate in the Mathematics courses will be considered for admission.

About the Course

This programme has the following broad objectives:

  • to emphasise the relevance and usefulness of mathematics from an application point of view;
  • to equip the learners with the core mathematical knowledge and training necessary for use in many application areas;
  • to expose the learner to reaL life problems and promote the use of mathematics in industry and applied sciences;
  • to develop a work force that is equipped with the mathematical skills that are necessary in the changing industrial and economic scenario of the country;
  • to develop human resource in emerging disciplines such as Mathematical Biology, Computational Mathematics, Mathematical Economics, etc.;
  • to promote collaborative research with industry and other user agencies.

Course Pattern - Open and Distance Learning
Mode of Admission - The course offered only in January cycle of admissions every year.
Admission Procedure - Admission to the programme is based on merit. Fee has to be paid after admission to the programmes and only registration fee of Rs. 200/- has to be paid with application form.

Professional Tour Guide

UGC sponsored Career Oriented Programme


Professional Tour Guide


Conducted by the Department of Economics


Certificate-Diploma-Advanced Diploma


  • Career and market oriented, skill enhancing course that has utility for job placement and self employment
  • A 3 year Add-on course along with the B.A./ B.Sc./ B. Com courses.
  • Certificates awarded jointly by the College and Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam

Objectives

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  2. To impart knowledge on various skills necessary for guiding the tourists.
  3. To understand the tourism phenomena and the distribution of the components of tourism.
  4. To learn the concept and importance of tourism in different sectors.
  5. To enable the students to understand the essentials Tourism and hospitality management.
  6. To understand different public relation techniques used for the promotion of hospitality business

Course Content

  1. Professional Tour Guide
  2. Travel and Tourism ManagemenT
  3. Tourism & Hospitality Management

Communicative English

UGC sponsored Career Oriented Programme


Communicative English


Conducted by the Department of English

Certificate-Diploma-Advanced Diploma
  • Career and market oriented, skill enhancing course that has utility for job placement and self employment
  • A 3 year Add-on course along with the B.A./ B.Sc./ B. Com courses.
  • Certificates awarded jointly by the College and Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam

Course Content

  • Communication Skills
  • Vocabulary Building
  • Technical Writing
  • Verbal Reasoning Practice
  • Soft Skills & Interpersonal Skills
  • Group Discussion and Interview Skills
  • Language Laboratory & Project Work

DCA

Centre for Continuing Education, Govt. of Kerala (CCEK) conducts Diploma Course in Computer Application (DCA) in St. Paul’s college for the regular students. DCA Certificate is a must for most of the employment in Kerala PSC appointments. Since many private institutions issue DCA certificates, the validity of the certificate is a question. DCA in St. Paul’s college is conducted and the certificate is issued by Govt. of Kerala itself. The students are able to attend the course along with their academics schedules. There are two batches: morning and Saturday. Students can choose one without disturbing their regular time table.

The college started the first DCA in the academic year 2014-15. St. Paul’s College has successfully completed the first DCA course with 100% result. Among the 79 students who appeared for the examination, 78 students scored B+ Grade and one student scored A Grade.

  • Email:
  • paulscollege@ymail.com
  • Office:
  • +91 0484 2555572
  • Manager :
  • Rev. Fr. Felix Chakkalakkal
  • Phone: 0484-2558778
  • Principal :
  • Dr. V.J. Peter M.Sc., Ph.D.
  • Phone: 9447700025   |  petervadassery@yahoo.com